yesI confess, I really don't have a clue what Ne is all about! I understand the technical descriptions of this odd function, but I don't really "get" it at all. Still, for what it's worth (not much, I suspect), here's a list of presumed Ne traits from an outsider's perspective, based on 17 years of living with an ENTP:
No good at spelling (check out thread title for proof).
Loses things constantly.
Talks. In. Short. Sentences.
Totally unpredictable, even for an INFJ.
Likes practical jokes.
Sometimes gets very paranoid.
Truly and utterly hopeless with details.
Cannot help joining the dots.
Cannot even SEE the dots!
Cannot tell left from right.
Solves TV murder mysteries in the first ten seconds.
Never does anything the same way twice.
Never, ever reads instruction manuals.
Understands metaphors better than literal explanations.
Pretends to be listening even when it isn't.
IS listening even when it doesn't appear to be.
Has little or no sense of time.
Considers "now" to be a flexible concept.
Considers "tidiness" to be an overrated concept.
Really, really good at generating new ideas.
Some of those ideas are sheer genius.
Some of those ideas are not as good as they seemed at first.
Some of those ideas are fatally flawed, but this only becomes obvious when it's far too late!
Prefers to delegate all of the mundane, routine, boring bits to a nearby INFJ.